On Saturday July 28th, the California Democratic Party Executive Board will meet in Anaheim. One of their tasks will be to select 19 members to the Democratic National Committee for the 2012-2016 term. My friend Dot Deleon is campaigning for one of those seats.
In this election, we face a choice between two fundamentally different visions of how to grow the economy. The path Mitt Romney and his Republican allies want to take us down is exactly the one that led us to the 2008 crisis. We have to reject those policies and embrace the President’s vision of growing the economy, not from the top down, but from the middle class out.
A Pre-Endorsement Conference will be held for democratic candidates seeking the endorsement of the California Democratic Party on Saturday, January 21st. This is the first step in the pre-primary endorsement process for candidates running for state and federal legislative office representing Orange County districts.
Jerry Brown is governor! For California liberals, those words alone give us great comfort that our state is back in capable, trustworthy hands, and no longer under the purview of politically incompetent Republicans as movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger or his wannabe clone, billionaire Meg Whitman. In his smartly succinct 13-minute inaugural speech, Jerry affirmed that…